It would be so hard to remember all of this. There are a number of theories and suggestions as to why this code switching occurs, including: Speak in a monotonous and expressionless way. Yes we do R Family A significant proportion of boys and girls between 4;6 and 6;0 who lisp have first degree family members who also lisp: They want to know how men acquire this manner of speaking, and why — especially when society so often stigmatizes those with gay-sounding voices.
When it does, people tell me I seem a completely different person. Gender identities Sexual identities Sexual diversities. Linguists have attempted to isolate exactly what makes gay men's English distinct from that of other demographics since the early 20th century, typically by contrasting it with straight male speech or comparing it to female speech.
I wonder if it was a genetic attribute.